It is surprising how easy it is for gluten to sneak into a salad but these recipes are all gluten free salads.
This well coated mix of carrots, broccoli, cucumber and bean sprouts creates a crunchy tangy taste sensation What I love about salads is that they are so simple; and offer infinite possibilities for allergy-friendly meals the whole family can enjoy.
This sweet and crunchy salad is dressed with a creamy, spicy, Asian-style dressing.
An unusual combination of two kinds of peas, served in a lemony dressing. Adjust garlic and cayenne to taste.
Radish fans look no further - this crisp salad presents white and red radishes and cucumber in a vinaigrette.
Salty tangy feta cheese contrasts well with fresh sweet watermelon and peaches. Served on a bed of spicy salad leaves.
Delicious fresh salad using plain simple ingredients that come together to make something special. Also being winter in Australia when the oranges are in season makes it a great vitamin C kick for those nasty winter colds. I grew up on this salad with oranges off the tree in the garden, my parents had a woodfired oven and this is a great side dish to serve with any kind of grilled or roasted meat.
Champagne vinegar is a light, mildly flavoured vinegar. It is sold in gourmet food stores. If not available, substitute white wine vinegar.
This salad is a great variation on a potato salad. It highlights each vegetables' colours when it's displayed on the platter.
Chickpeas are often used in Mediterranean and Middle Eastern dishes. They have a nutty, earthy taste and are great for vegetarians.
Lime juice and cumin spice up the vinaigrette for this colourful salad.